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Clarence Wilson BRAZER

Clarence Wilson BRAZER, President, Pennsylvania State Board of Architects b. Mar. 13, 1880, Phila., Pennsylvania. Member: Historical Society; American Philatelic Society; Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities.

Background

  • BRAZER, Clarence Wilson Son of Christopher and Julia Wilson (Stackhouse) Brazer

  • Education

    • Drexel Institute. School of Architecture, 1889; Columbia University of Society of Beaux Arts, architects, atelier Van Pelt and student of Cass Gilbert, architect in New York; travelled and studied in Europe, 1905

    Career

    • Appointed by Governor. Sproul, Pennsylvania, State Board of Examiners of Architects, 1919; elected President, 1926. Elected President National. Council of Architectural Reg. Bds., hdqrs., Chicago, 111., 1929-1930. President, Pennsylvania State Assn, of American Institute, of Architects, 1929-1930

    Connections

    • spouse Mary Ella Mendenhall, Apr. 25, 1905, Phila., Pennsylvania
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